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Tattenhall Community Help Group Formed

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The Parish Council and St Alban's Church have formed The Tattenhall Community Help Group

The aim is to support people of all ages in the Parish who are in self-isolation for whatever reason. A number of volunteers have come forward to offer help and a number of local businesses are already making home deliveries.

There is a single contact telephone number for help requests. Volunteers who may already be making deliveries should be aware that there are risks to themselves as well as to people who are in self-isolation. Sensible precautions would include: not entering houses; there should be social distancing (2 metres) at least between volunteers and recipients; the safest would be to leave deliveries outside a close door; hand washing essential after a call, before touching face, nose, eyes or mouth. A leaflet is attached which will also be delivered to every household.

Iain Keeping
Chairman Parish Council

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